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-- i wonder what they do. they have to put them in plastic bags. >> washing machines and more energy. >> and more detergent. >> where do you stand on the reusable versus disposable? >> my wife uses the reusable. >> your wife? >> it is disgusting, but i don't want to discrime that. we need separate, but equal checkout lanes for those who want to use their dirty, filthy reusable bags and the rest of us who are clean and sanitary can have our plastic bags. the reusable people get one lane. >> yes, that's all. bill, these researchers say the statistical value of your life is less than a sea -- seagull's. i was impressed. i didn't think they had the numbers, but they didn't. >> it was a paragraph, but not a question. you need an inflection at the end or else you will sit here and look stupid. i think this is stew tid. stupid. you shouldn't be forced to do something. there is nothing wrong with getting rid of more plastic. wash the stupid bag. you are dying from your own idiocy. >> i don't have a bag to wash. before we use one story to den gnaw grate the movement, do yourself a favor. see
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